Anthony is a digital and film photographer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was awarded a Bachelor's of the Arts in 2016 from the University of Pittsburgh, where he double-majored in Film Studies and Communications. Anthony began to explore photography in his youth and is mostly self-taught in his techniques and analog film. He favors classic Americana subjects, cruising through the rust belt of the East coast and exploring foreign cities.
For an extended portfolio and updates on current projects, follow him on Instagram @_tonybones
Upcoming Dates hosted by Anthony Morrison
Sunday the 26th of September 2021
Beginners Guide to Photography Class - Studio in Garfield on Penn Ave. - 11:00 am - 3 Hours
Looking to improve your photography? Our Beginners Class is a great place to start. This 3-hour session is a photo walk that will have you weaned off of Auto mode, and transforming your everyday snaps into professional-looking shots.
The class is ideal for those who are complete beginners who want to get more out of their camera!
Taught by photographer, Daniel Rogers, the class will cover a range of technical aspects and you'll learn about:
• How to correctly expose photos
• Using composition techniques
• All about different focal lengths
• Using white balance and color
• Aperture and depth of field for focus
• Using shutter speed to capture the action
This is a very hands-on class, so you’ll have plenty of time to practice your new skills on the day and take lots of shots!
$85pp only 5 places left - requires 3 bookings to proceed
Sunday the 10th of October 2021
Film Photography 101 Meetup - North Side, Pittsburgh - 11am - 2 hours
In this meetup, you will learn how to load your film camera and take a properly exposed frame. Here you will understand the importance of selecting the appropriate film stock for color profiles and lighting needs. Additionally, you will obtain a basic understanding of how to expose film without the aid of digital imaging tools. We will traverse the historic Mexican war streets of the north side and capture its vintage aesthetic onto film grain. SLR cameras are highly encouraged, but a point and shoot, rangefinder, or medium format camera will do.
In this meetup, you will learn how to capture images at night. The key takeaways in this photo journey is to experiment with long exposures and its relationship to aperture. The by day is littered with restaurants, shoppes, and novelty vendors. But by night, the markets are lit with atmospheric fluorescents, neon signs, and light pollution from the city. Join me as we night crawl the neighborhood with our cameras.
During this photo meetup, we will explore the experimental technique of in-camera ghosting. Many can incorporate a transparent figure via post-production, but here will we learn how to capture this effect with speed lights and long exposures. And what better day to crate ghosts in their images than on Halloween? The takeaways in this meetup are understanding external flashes and shutter speeds. It is true experimental photographic techniques. Shooting in a cemetery is a somewhat sensitive location, so respect for the dead is imperative. When photographing grave stones, you MUST remove the names from them in post-production. If you do not possess the knowledge to do so, then you need to shoot near unmarked graves, near a statue, or mausoleum with no names attached. This cemetery is chalked full of accommodating locales- and similarly, we will be out of the property by dusk when the cemetery closes. This is an advanced topic, so a solid understanding of photography and the exposure triangle is paramount.